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For Women In India recently started their first YouTube Channel. The Channel is called For Women In India: Knowledge, Motivation & Entertainment. The channel aims to put forth and discus various issues pertaining to women. As the name suggests, we also publish motivational and entertaining videos too. 

Do you have something to share?
We accept aspiring YouTubers or entertainers to submit their videos to be featured on our channel. You can send any kind of video from stand-up to baby videos or even video of your pet. The video needs to meet certain guidelines of our Channel:

  • We feature only women vloggers or vloggers who are working for women empowerment.
  • The quality of the video should meet certain standard like HD video with clear sound quality. 
  • Videos on instant fat loss or beauty tips are not accepted. 



Internship Opportunities

Responsibilities: 
  • Research on gender related issues
  • Collecting data and information available online
  • Making presentations and video editing 
  • Sound knowledge of YouTube and other social media like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram 
  • Fluency in English & Hindi 
Must haves:
  • Wi-fi connection
  • Laptop / computer 
  • Smartphone
Qualifications: Enrolled in a graduate or post-graduate degree

Duration: Two months

Duty Station: Work from Home


You will be required to work and report from Monday to Friday. Saturdays and Sundays will be off. Application is open to women only. Send your resume and cover letter to supriyayadav.adv@gmail.com. Also, indicate the dates that you are available for the internship. In case you are short-listed, there will be a phone interview before a final selection. Application is open on a rolling basis.

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